This site provided a brief overview of the events of the Civil
Rights Movement in Birmingham. Also, the site presents present monuments
to the this era that can be found in Birmingham.
The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute provides a wealth of primary
sources, oral histories, and exhibits on the Civil Rights Movement
in Alabama. Teachers click onto curriculum guide to learn how to
receive a curriculum that can be used to present the Civil Rights
Movement to your students.
This site provided by the HISTORYNET provides additional resources,
photos, and articles about the 16th Street Baptist Church.
This provides historical background information on the bombing
the of 16th Street Baptist Church
Scroll down on the left menu and select Birmingham 1963 for an
overview of Civil Rights events in Birmingham and link to Martin
Luther King Jr’s “Letter from a Birmingham Jail.”
CNN story- “Birmingham Enshrines Civil Rights Struggle”
This site offers a short biography of former Birmingham police
commissioner Eugene “Bull” Connor.